Since 1984, The Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program has had the financial support and organizational foundation from our five sustaining partners. The founding partners remain committed to supporting this program and the services it delivers to the community and our children; for that, we are thankful.
If your company is interested in participating as a partner to our program, please follow this link to read more about how you can make this commitment and support our mission for sports safety for our children.
Wolfson Children's Hospital
Nonprofit Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, is a part of Baptist Health, Northeast Florida’s most comprehensive health system serving every stage of life. Wolfson Children’s is the only children’s hospital in Northeast Florida and serves as the pediatric referral center for North Florida, South Georgia and beyond. Staffed 24/7 by pediatric nurses and other healthcare professionals specially trained to work with children, the 281-bed, patient- and family-centered hospital features the latest pediatric medical technology in a welcoming, child-friendly environment. At Wolfson Children’s, nationally recognized pediatric specialists representing nearly every medical and surgical specialty work with pediatricians to provide care for children of all ages with congenital heart conditions, cancer, neurological disorders, diabetes and endocrinology disorders, orthopedic conditions, behavioral health conditions, traumatic injuries, and more. Wolfson Children’s collaborates with pediatric organizations, including Nemours Children’s Health, Jacksonville, the University of Florida College of Medicine—Jacksonville and Mayo Clinic Florida. For more information, visit wolfsonchildrens.com.
Nemours Children's Specialty Care
Nemours mission is to provide leadership, institutions, and services to restore and improve the health of children through care and programs not readily available, with one high standard of quality and distinction regardless of the recipient’s financial status. Employing more than 400 specialty and subspecialty physicians and surgeons, Nemours cared for 238,000 individual children during 2005 during 558,000 outpatient visits, 30,056 hospital admissions and 47,513 surgical procedures–making Nemours one of the nation’s largest group practices for children, with a history dating back to 1936. This is in addition to many ongoing research and education programs conducted at Nemours.
Duval County Medical Society
The mission of the DCMS is to promote the delivery of and access to high quality, ethical medical care for the community, and to serve as an advocate for physician members and their patients.
The Duval County Medical Society (DCMS) is the voice of organized medicine in Duval County. We are a voluntary professional association of nearly 2,000 physicians dedicated to the health of our community. The DCMS is a non-profit organization governed by an elected Governing Board. We accomplish our mission with the support of our physician members. The DCMS is chartered with the Florida Medical Association, and together with other county, state, and specialty societies, and the American Medical Association, we form the Federation of Organized Medicine.
Duval County Public Schools
The goal of Duval County Public Schools is to provide a safe and high-quality education to the students who rely on services each day. The fulfillment of this goal is essential because the level of educational opportunities provided to the students of our school district tremendously affect the success and vitality of the Northeast Florida community. Duval County’s fundamental purpose is to provide all of its students the educational tools necessary to become productive members of our community.
For more than 50 years, Brooks Rehabilitation, headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., has been a comprehensive source for physical rehabilitation services. Brooks treats more than 60,000 patients through its system of care each year. As a nonprofit organization, Brooks operates one of the nation’s largest inpatient rehabilitation hospitals in the U.S. with 170 beds, a second 60-bed inpatient hospital and a Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation in partnership with Halifax Health in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Brooks also has one of the region’s largest home health care agencies, more than 50 outpatient therapy clinics, a Physician Practice, two skilled nursing facilities, assisted living and memory care. In addition, Brooks operates the Clinical Research Center, which specializes in research to advance the science of rehabilitation. Brooks also provides many low- or no-cost community programs and services to improve the quality of life for people living with physical disabilities.
For more information, visit BrooksRehab.org.
Program Partners have an opportunity to make a real difference in the growth and development of the Jacksonville Sports Medicine Program (JSMP) and the lives of the student-athletes we serve. Your support will help us improve the delivery of our service to the athletic programs of Northeast Florida.
If your company is interested in participating as a partner to our program, please follow the link below to read more about how you can make this commitment and support a beneficial program for the youth in Northeast Florida.